1827 in architecture
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The year 1827 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- Karlsruhe Mint (Baden), designed by Friedrich Weinbrenner (died 1826).
- Sing-Akademie zu Berlin, designed by Carl Theodor Ottmer.
- Old Council House, Bristol (England), designed by Robert Smirke.
- Union Club and Royal College of Physicians, Trafalgar Square, London, designed by Robert Smirke.
- Fireproof Building, Charleston, South Carolina, designed by Robert Mills.
- Mills Building, South Carolina Lunatic Asylum, designed by Robert Mills.
- Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (Virginia), designed by John Haviland.
- Hospital Real de Inválidos Militares de Runa (Portugal).
- Partis College, Bath (England) (almshouses).
- Bank of Louisiana, New Orleans.
- London Colosseum (panorama), designed by Decimus Burton for Thomas Hornor.
- Tremont Theatre, Boston (Massachusetts), designed by Isaiah Rogers.
- Hamburg Stadt-Theater.
- Lapua Cathedral (Finland), designed by Carl Ludvig Engel.
- Holy Trinity Church, Helsinki (Finland), designed by Carl Ludvig Engel, dedicated.
- Christ Church Cathedral (Hartford, Connecticut), designed by Ithiel Town.
- Church of St Mary, Haggerston (London), designed by John Nash, consecrated.
- Yeshua Tova Synagogue, Bucharest (Romania).
- Passage Choiseul (arcade), Paris, designed by Francois Mazois and completed by Antoine Tavernier.
- Halkyn Castle (Wales) (residence), designed by John Buckler.
- Hart-Cluett Mansion, Troy, New York, probably by Martin Euclid Thomson.
- Beckford's Tower, near Bath (England) (folly), designed by Henry Goodridge for William Beckford.
- Godmanchester Chinese Bridge (England), designed by James Gallier.
- Ozimek Suspension Bridge (Poland), designed by Karl Schottelius.
- New stone Shillingford Bridge (across River Thames in England).
- Beam Aqueduct, Rolle Canal, north Devon (England), designed by James Green.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Théodore Labrouste.
- January 17 - Samuel Hartt Pook, American naval architect based in Boston (died 1901)
- February 9 - Luigi Fontana, Italian sculptor, painter and architect (died 1908)
- March 14 - George Frederick Bodley, English architect (died 1907)
- May 16 - Pierre Cuypers, Dutch architect associated with Amsterdam (died 1921)
- June 18 - William Hill, English architect associated with Leeds (died 1889)
- August 3 - John Williams Tobey, American architect, carpenter and builder (died 1909)
- September 19 - J. P. Seddon, English architect and designer (died 1906)
- October 15 - Friedrich Adler, German architect and archaeologist (died 1908)
- March 11 - John Pinch the elder, English architect associated with Bath, Somerset (born 1769)
- April 27 - John Foster, Sr., English architect, Senior Surveyor to the Corporation of Liverpool and dock engineer (born 1758)
- November 1 - Louis-François Cassas, French landscape painter, sculptor, architect, archaeologist and antiquary (born 1756; stroke)
- "Athenaeum Club".
- Brooke, Cornelia (September 1971). "National Register of Historic Places nomination, Hart-Cluett Mansion". New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Retrieved 2008-11-01.
- Rose, Hugh James (1857). A New General Biographical Dictionary. 6. London. p. 99.